Pop icon Taylor Swift — already a homeowner in Nashville, Rhode Island and New York — is adding to her collection with a purchase in Beverly Hills. Formerly the mansion of Goldwyn Pictures co-founder Samuel Goldwyn, Swift acquired the 10,982 square-foot home for $25 million in 2015.

Swift has been renovating the home in the past year, according to toptenrealestatedeals.com. The Georgian Revival has seven bedrooms and ten baths, which Swift is working towards landmark status ensure its preservation for future generations of movie fans.

To restore the estate back to its exact condition that existed in 1934 when it was built for Goldwyn and his wife, Frances, Swift has worked intently with her architects. So far, the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission has given Swift the green light; The Beverly Hills City Council’s vote is still pending.

The mansion offers a library-screening room, guest suite with a private entrance on the home’s main level, a library, card room, gym and an additional private guest apartment above the garage. A veranda that overlooks the city skyline in the master suite. Outside resides a swimming pool and pool house with kitchenette and sunken tennis courts.

To restore the estate back to its exact condition that existed in 1934 when it was built for Goldwyn and his wife, Frances, Swift has worked intently with her architects. So far, the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission has and is awaiting the vote of the Beverly Hills City Council.

The home was a popular location for many of the era’s Hollywood stars including Clark Gable and Charlie Chaplin, and used by Goldwyn for a few of his films, which include Wuthering Heights and The Best Years of Our Lives, a 1946 Oscar-winner.

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